Secretary of State Rex Tillerson might not have the toughest job in the Trump administration. But it’s not the easiest one, either.
One month after his confirmation, Tillerson leads a department on President Trump’s chopping block that feels underappreciated at best.
Trump’s budget would reportedly cut State funding by 37 percent, making deep reductions in spending on foreign aid. While those cuts are unlikely to be realized, they’ve sent an unmistakable signal that the department doesn’t seem important to Trump.
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